Louisville Magazine

FEB 2019

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nanzkraft.com sarinolouisville.com LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 2.19 13 Tom Butt and I met when we were babies, not even a year old. Our moms, Marge and Muriel, respectively, intro- duced us at a Corydon Presbyterian church picnic. Later, Mike Shireman made it a trio when we were all inmates in Mrs. Smoot's kindergarten classroom. By 14 we were tall enough to drive and would "borrow" a family car and head to Blue River to swim. Mostly jump off the White Cloud Bridge. The only spot deep enough in the creek was below the very end of the bridge, right next to a steep and rocky bank, and you had to throw out your hands when you hit the water to keep from banging the bottom. On other days we would hitch up Mike's dad's speedboat and drive down through the state forest to water-ski in the Ohio. Today we live in three different states but all get to Corydon and remain fast friends. Bill Doolittle Contributing writer Despite living two miles from each oth- er in a rural community and attending the same grade school, I didn't meet my best friend until band camp the summer before I started high school. I played flute, she played saxophone. She was two years older but thought I was cool and started driving me to and from camp. Then to and from school. My sophomore year I quit the flute and picked up the saxophone, so we sat together at all the games. Her parents basically adopted me, and I started semi-living at her house, even after she left for college. Twelve years later, we're still best friends, and I still have a key to her parents' house. They forgave me for the time I broke their car while they were out of town. Michelle Eigenheer Contributing writer A blind date. Matthew Barzun Publisher Owned and operated by brothers, Carmelo and Michael Gabriele, Sarino is a family affair. We strive to offer excellent service and Italian cuisine at a moderate price point. 1030 Goss Ave. Louisville, KY | (502) 822-3777 sarinolouisville.com NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY 11:30-2

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